Content Digital Advertising

Content marketing is, essentially, the creation of an endless flow of relevant, valuable and consistent content from the brand to its online audience. It should effectively attract new clientele while retaining the old.

ESTABLISH WHAT PEOPLE NEED AND GIVE IT TO THEM ... 
  • Are you getting regular advert content out there?
  • Are your business adverts strong in people’s visual space?
  • Are you looking for something other than Facebook Business Page Management?
  • Perhaps just some simple Facebook advertising though The Naartjie Tree’s Facebook Page?
  • Perhaps you need more FACEBOOK LIKES or WEBSITE traffic?
  • Do you need some quality ADVERTS DESIGNED?
With the lockdown rules in place, people are spending an increasing amount of time online. Use this time in operations to make your customers more familiar with your brand and with your business. The Naartjie Tree specialises in brand awareness and getting your advertising images noticed in the market place.

People like brands, they follow brands, discuss brands and rebuff brands on social media all the time. So if you're a brand which most businesses should be, then you have to maintain a good public image out there. Never stop building up your BRAND.

Always stay at the forefront of your audience's mind and NEVER think you are ADVERTISING AND MARKETING YOUR BUSINESS ENOUGH !!!

You want your Social Media presence to help you build up your loyalty of your current customers to the point that they will willingly, and for free, tell others about you.

CHOOSE AN ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN TO SUIT YOUR BUDGET: 

• Advertising Campaigns are offered on WEEKLY OR MONTHLY options.

• All Adverts or Images need to be supplied in HIGH RESOLUTION JPG FORMAT. 

• Advertising Campaigns are quoted on how many adverts/images you need advertised per week or per month and frequency/strength required.

• All quotations are discussed on consultation and email enquiry ONLY to sandy@thenaartjietree.co.za.

• All advertising campaigns are payable in advance.  



“Not using social media in the workplace, in fact, is starting to make about as much sense as not using the phone or email”
- Ryan Holmes